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'I’m angry': Mesa Police chief on video of recent use of force incidents

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Mesa Police Chief Ramon Batista addresses the media regarding the department's policies and training moving forward. The police department is under scrutiny following videos showing officers use of force during multiple arrests. Batista said the officer's actions were "unacceptable" and "there will be change."